Anri van der Spuy

Anri van der Spuy manages Research ICT Africa’s Digital Policy Project as a senior researcher, where she specialises in digital risk, Internet and data governance, digital inequality, and media governance. She is also a consultant on Internet and digital policy challenges, with a development focus, to United Nations and intergovernmental agencies; for processes/fora like the G20 and G7; for Internet-focused and related entities; and for various global NGOs. Anri holds an MSc in Media and Communications Governance (Distinction) from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), where she will also start a PhD in September 2019. She is an admitted attorney (Western Cape High Court, South Africa) and also holds an MPhil in Media, Democracy and Development (cum laude), a BPhil in Journalism, and an LLB (law) degree from the University of Stellenbosch. 

Works by this author

Beyond Multistakeholder Tokenism: A Provisional Examination of Participation in the IGF (2006-2020)

Towards the Evaluation of Socio-digital ID Ecosystems in Africa: Comparative Analysis of Findings from Ten Country Case Studies

Series wrap: Assessing socio-digital identity ecosystems in Africa

Introducing the 'Digital ID Dispatches from Africa' series

Inside the digital society: COVID-19 and e-commerce

South Africa: How do we protect children’s rights in a digital environment only available to some?

How do we tackle online risks without sacrificing children’s digital futures?

Uber, uber on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?

Collaborative Cybersecurity: The Mauritius Case